In MN in order to be a school nurse, you have to be a licensed public health nurse as well, so I suppose this post could have gone in either area of the forum. When I worked in child care, so many moons ago before becoming an RN, occasionally we'd have an RN from the department of health show up (at least I'm pretty sure that's where she came from) and inspect the center, watch us change some diapers, and just generally look in on us. I was wondering exactly how one becomes a day care nurse, or a facility inspector? The job sort of appeals to me- I have a background in peds, I'm currently a perinatal nurse, I worked in child care for 8 years or so before nursing, so I was just throwing it out there for anyone who might know anything. Thank you!